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28 comments:

  1. My husband and I had to move away from Duluth 6 years ago- and the cams have saved my peace of mind I miss You, Duluth

    Ms P Falcon

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  2. I also want to say thank you for the webcams! I was born in Duluth, moved away and return for College and now reside in Texas. I truly miss Duluth and getting this look everyday really helps to stay connected! Thank you!!

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  3. Thank you webcams. I am looking forward to living in Duluth someday, but as that is a few years away, the webcams give me a view of the area I love so much. I am landlocked here in Iowa and the webcams help keep me sane.

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  4. Spent 20 years fishing Superior every weekend.
    Transferred to Georgia now waiting for retirement to move back. The cams are my connection to my favorite place!

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  5. My wife and I have visited Duluth several times nad even took my Mother there. I remember the 1st time I saw one of these huge ocean liners heading for the canal.My wife said- "Hurry you wll miss it". As I ran from the motel to the end of the water like Forrest Gump when he was a kid. These cams bring back that first trip we had in October 2009. Thanks!

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  6. There are a couple more webcams in Duluth you can add to you listing:

    This one is on top of the Inn on Lake Superior:

    http://24.158.28.66:8080/home/JViewer.html

    This one is inside the Army Corps of Engineers Building and looks out the window at the lift bridge and the South Pier Inn.

    http://duluthshippingnews.com/dsntv/

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  7. I am a Duluth native who has been living in Austin TX for several years. With the summer temps reaching near 100, I start my day looking at this website imagining myself down by the cool water's edge. When I am lucky, I can watch a ship come in while I sip my coffee.. You never know how wonderful a place is until you leave it for several years. Thanks!

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  8. Thouroughly enjoy all the views from the cameras. I have one problem. The Army Corps of Engineers camera doesn't seem to refresh very often. The ship may be way out and by the time the view is refreshed, the ship has gone by and is out of view.
    Thank you

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  9. Hi,

    The LSMMA CAM does not have a very fast internet connection, so they are limited in the timing.

    I wish it was faster too.

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  10. hey dennis, love the change of cameras and their direction, gives us viewers different perspectives of the lake1

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  11. The new live camera on the canal is GREAT! I've been hoping for this for the last year. It should give some interesting close up views of the ships. Thanks LSMMA!

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  12. thanks for the live feed of Canal Park, AWESOME! cant wait for the American Integrity to come thru, and watch it live. thanks again, Dennis for all you do! Matt Park Rapids Mn!

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  13. the images of tonight, on the lake are unbelievable! and now the American Century going out "to sea"! doesn't get much better than this! thanks again, Dennis for these live feeds of a beautiful lake surrounding a stunning community! Matt from Park Rapids Mn

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  14. Love the web cam it has become a daily visit to Duluth, Although
    it would be great if it was a live video cam like the one on the Inn On Lake Superior, Thanks for the great views

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  15. so when does typical shipping season "end" great watching American century come in again this morning. :)

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  16. sorry meant to see the Mesabi Miner come thru the canal this morning, not ! awesome pic, Dennis, from this morning

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  17. The shipping season ends around mid-January. However, with the early cold this year, I wouldn't be surprised to see it end a week early.

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  18. thank you for the cameras is cool and i get pretty excites every time a ship goes through and under the lift bridge. also i wish the show greatlake warriors was still on tv i really liked that show and after a few times my dad took me up to duluth and along the north shore i fell in love with how cool it was. i hope and dream of living and working up there when im older and out of high school. after going on this website and some other ones i've learned alot about this stuff. and agin thank you for the cams there really cool

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    1. Trevor, I have lived in Duluth for 64 years now and believe me, it never gets old. I hope your dream of living and working in Duluth comes true for you. It is truly a great place to live and raise a family. You might be interested to look into our Aviation Industry as they will be having many different types of jobs in the next few years as they grow. Watch the US Coast Guard cutter Alder breaking up the ice in the harbor now. It will take a long time. Best Wishes.

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  19. so is the shipping season "officially" done for the next few months! thanks again, Dennis for all you do, making this site enjoyable!

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  20. Not yet-- still some activity until the rest of the boats get in.

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  21. wow watching The Baie going out "to sea" pretty cool to watch "David and Goliath" go head to head! thanks again Dennis for the videos of Lake Superior!

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  22. so is the Laurentian having problems with ice? been watching her since yesterday

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  23. Yup, the Laurentian is having a go of it through the new ice!.

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  24. what a cool shot from GLA cam!!! thanks again, Dennis

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  25. bet the shipping season will start late this year

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  26. wow what an amazing over the bridge. getting ready for the shipping season, yet? thanks again Dennis

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  27. looking at the cameras, doesn't appear to be any ice left, on the lake; is it totally gone? can't wait for the shipping to ramp up, again! thanks again, Dennis

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